Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and Administration

Study guides

Title of qualification awarded

Degree in Business Management and Administration


Mornings and/or afternoons

Study plan information

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree
Final Project
1st year 48 12    
2nd year 12 48    
3rd year   60    
4th year     48 12
Totals 60 120 48 12

Period of study

Four academic years divided into two semesters each.

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication Part-time option available


Specialisation in Economics
Specialisation in University-Business Programme

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year

1st semester
- Law
- Business Economics I
- Global Economic History
- Introduction to Economics
- Mathematics I

2nd semester
- International Economics
- Statistics I
- Introduction to Accounting
- Mathematics II
- Essentials of Marketing

1st semester
- Spanish Economics
- Statistics II
- Microeconomics I
- Human Resources
- Cost Accounting

2nd semester
- Econometrics I
- Macroeconomics I
- Microeconomics II
- Financial Accounting
- Theories of the Firm

3rd year 4th year

1st semester
- Strategic Management I
- Finances I (A)
- Operations Research
- Business Start-Up
- Marketing management

2nd semester
- Operations Management
- Strategic Management II
- Finances II
- Commercial Research I
- Financial Accounting Reporting and Analysis

- Bachelor's Degree Final Project

(A) Possibility of taking this subject in English.

Optional subjects

All subjects are worth 6 credits unless otherwise stated.

4th year  
- Labour Law
- Financial Law and Tax Law
- Commercial Law
- Taxation
- Introduction to Psychology
- Information Systems
- General Sociology
- Management Accounting
- Organisational Design
- Industrial Analysis and Competitiveness Strategies
- Auditing
- Foreign Trade (A)
- Corporate Accounting
- Public Sector Accounting
- Commercial Communication
- Economic and Management Control
- History of Economic Thought
- Innovation Accounting
- Commercial Research II
- Advanced Operational Research
- Market of Capitals (A)
- Commercial Management Models
- Information Systems for the Management of Operations, Quality and Processes
- Management and Strategic Planning
- Catalan Economics
- Information Economics (A)
- Innovation Economics
- Labour Economics
- Economics, Organisation and Management
- Family Businesses
- Directing Functions
- Distribution Management
- Business History
 - Topics in Data Analysis
- Industrial Structure (A)
- Company Economic and Financial Planning
- Business Growth Policies
- Business Financial Policies
- Work Placement (18 credits)
- Social Responsibility of Businesses
- Management Simulation
- Financial System
- Information Systems in Management
- Business Sociology
- Business Structure
- Business Diagnosis

You can also choose from optional second and third year modules or from modules belonging to the Specialisation in Economics.

Specialisation in Economics Specialisation in University-Company Programme
If you are interested in taking the Specialisation in Economy, you must take 30 credits of the following subjects:
- Econometrics II
- Public Sector Economics
- Economics of Industrial Organisation
- Modern Economic History
 - Economic History of Spain
 - Integration and Economic Globalisation
- Macroeconomics II
- Macroeconomics III
- Microeconomics III
- Economic Policy
- Game Theory
- Public Finance
The Specialisation in University-Business Programme will be awarded to those students who enrol in a work placement and the lecturing modules stipulated by the University-Business Programme.
- University-Business Programme Work Placement I (12 credits)
- University-Business Programme Work Placement II (12 credits)
- Seminar on University-Company Programme

(A) Possibility of taking this subject in English.